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CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
a bunch of democrats saying we don't want any spending cuts, entitlement cuts, nothing. just pass the debt ceiling. no spending. >> do whatever it takes. apparently the hurdle is some legality. not whether it's a good idea, not whether it calls into question the independence of the central bank, the independence of whether the treasury will now have the new power to print money whatever it has. as long as it's legal. let me tell you. of all these options, the magic coin option, the 14th amendment may be the worst option. it will be challenged in court. the court moves forward. you end up with two classes of u.s. debt, one which people have a lot of confidence in, then this different class of debt which was created under this who knows what new legal authority that they found. >> this is the point. let me go right. the i.o.u. this is interesting. edward klinebard, former chief of staff at the congressional joint committee on taxation is now teaching law at the university of southern california. now, he says that congress has constitutional authority to raise the debt and only the congress.
FOX News
Jan 9, 2013 4:00pm EST
. [ bell ringing ] >> neil: as if i don't have enough to do, fresh from the cliff and your super hero is about to save america. while washington says on we are tapped out, don't buy it because your friendly neighborhood super hero and today i have the numbers to prove it. i'm neil cavuto and there is no denying when it comes to number crunching democrats and republicans often point to the numbers put out by these guys. >> about 24 hours after i spoke the congressional budget office released a report? >> according to the congressional budget office. >> take it from me, that is what the congressional budget office told us. >> neil: so, if that be the case why are members ignoring these numbers from the congressional budget office? they are right out there, put out by the cbo putting out for everyone to read. like reduce funding for non-defense agency by 1% annually and you save 932 million. you slash the growth in funding for the department of defense by 1% and you save another $862 billion. we're not cutting or slashing anything. we're curbing go the growth. how about this. raise the e
FOX Business
Jan 12, 2013 12:00am EST
another. it is almost as if they don't care how brazenly sound -- funny face down and disingenuous they are.e hear from citi and bank of america. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here's what's "money" tonight. well you probably heard about shell's grounded alaskan oil rig but did you know why it might have been moved, to avoid taxes. we'll drill down on those details. plus ditching the gas tax by the side of the road. virginia governor bob mcdonnell, wants his state's 17.5 cents gas tax gone for good but he wants to raise another tax instead. he will join us in a fox business exclusive to tell us how it all shakes out. >>> a landmark decision in the sports world. major league baseball will start random in season testing for steroids. will the help its tarnished image and bring in ticket sales? we have former cincinnati reds pitcher, rob dib bill. even what they say it is not it is always about money. melissa: all right. first let's take a look at the day's market headlines. stocks reversed early losses capping off the week with modest gains. the dow gained 17 points to close at its
FOX Business
Jan 8, 2013 8:00pm EST
. it is in a sense easier because you don't have the private sector jobs to do that. we are in a very difficult messier. it is really one out of every three americans. that just turning around and saying you are doing government programs. well, you see how difficult it becomes. neil: it's an amazing study. thank you very much. >> you are welcome. neil: for the guy who wanted to make him president, mitt romney, john stemberg says it should not be too late for us to address government warnings laid out by mitt romney. what do you think of this? >> you are basically bringing me in $2.2 trillion a year, you are spending 3.8 trillion a year, and you are in the $16 trillion in hop. the math doesn't work. and you say the people at the top -- you saw their taxes go up. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] neil: you know, you have all of that entity at $50,000 a year. >> you know, i just think that what america is looking for, and i believe that people say the president and his economic program was the more popular one. i disagree with that. people voted on issues like contraception and i
CNN
Jan 11, 2013 8:00pm PST
of live television before. usually, it is people in the background that don't realize they are live on the air. the young journalist in florida realizes the camera is on her. >> registration is open until friday. the uaa will notify the winners by monday, december 15g9 and vouchers can then be picked up from tuesday through thursday. now, students with more than 90 credit hours have the best chance of getting tickets. everyone is welcome to sign up. live from the "newsroom," kara minelli, wuft news >>> then, we have picking your stories carefully. >> it is important you try to pick the bed bugs out of your home. when you stay in a hotel, you might want to us. >> a plastic bag like this one. >> just keep on picking. >> for those, people in the background, the news anchor himself or herself should always be aware of the camera. >> what? >> what? >> that hurts. >> a gentle reminder to all of us in the news business. when the light goes on, you are live on the air and the light is always on on "the ridicu list." >> erin brunette, out front next >>> is president obama calling the shots o
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2013 9:00am EST
that doesn't work and people don't like to work together. we tried an experiment and so far so good. hey say. >> host: why did it work for so long? >> guest: we think it worked because a similarity of work ethics. we both love to research and report. we love to research and report and we were of sound mind and it makes for a sound mind that is hard for all of us but it was similar work habits, we believed down deep in fairness, government, private interest, not always treat the average person fairly and we sort of realize that early on in the partnership and one way or another, writing about that ever since. >> host: donald bartlett was your first project for the philadelphia inquirer? >> federal housing administration, and it was a fascinating project that dragged on for two years. >> guest: they thought they were going to put together for three months and we wrote some articles after three months and these in turn generated tremendous response. poor people were being sold defective houses and the federal government was insuring them and they would collapse after a month or two at the same
CNN
Jan 11, 2013 11:00pm PST
before, but people in the background who don't realize they are live on the air. the young journalist who is waiting at the printer who she real eyes the camera is on her. >> students can register tomorrow and registration is open until friday. they will notify the winners by monday december 15th and vouchers can then be picked up thursday through thursday. students with more than 90 hours have the best chance of getting tickets. everyone is welcome to sib up. live from the newsroom, wuft news. >> then the old adage of picking your stories carefully. >> it is important that you keep the bed bugs out of your home the best way. you might want to use a plastic bag like this one. >> just keep on picking. >> those are people in the background. the news anchor himself or herself must be aware of the camera. what? >> what? >> what? that hurts. a gentle reminder to all of us, when the light goes on, you are live on the air and the >>> "outfront" next, when it comes to america's troops, is president obama calling the shots, or is hamid karzai? >>> plus, losing steam and almost out o
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2013 12:00pm EST
in journalism. sometimes they don't like to work together, but we tried to experiment. so far so good, as they say. >> host: why did it work for so long? >> guest: we think it worked because a similarity of work ethics. we both love to research and report. in effect, we both say that means we are of sound mind. nighter it means we like to -- nighter one likes to ride because that also means we are sound mind. similar work habits. i think a belief down deep of fairness in government and some case private interests and not always treat the average person fairly, and we sort of realize that early on in the partnership one way or another we have been writing about that ever since. >> host: donald barlett, the remember what your first project for the philadelphia enquirer was in 1971? >> guest: oh, yes. federal housing administration, fha. it was the fascinating project because it dragged on for two years. >> guest: they thought there were going to put this together for about three months, and we wrote some articles after three months, and it generated a tremendous response. what happened
CNBC
Jan 9, 2013 5:00pm EST
, europe a mess, asia slowing. i would have to say, don't fight the fed. have a great night, everybody. stay with cnbc. here's "fast money" now. >>> live from the nasdaq market site in new york city's times square, i'm melissa lee. here are tonight's top three trades. clash of the titans, two hedge fund legends, one stock. where you should place your bet on herbalife. can hp split up and spit off? and digging for gold. a market mystery, why gold miner shares keep lagging the precious metal. we'll get the story. first, let's get to today's action. stocks holding firm, so, we ask, buyer, seller, guy? >> i don't have a crystal ball. and that's a third eye blind, song, by the way. big fans of the show. >> not me. >> stop, stop. get into the show. i still think the market trades very well. i think we are going to trade between 1525 and 1550 and i think that's when we're going to fail. coincide with the vix trading down around 12 and maybe, maybe yields getting up to 2%. i think it happens in the next couple of weeks. >> tim? >> you don't need a crystal ball to know that europe is rallying,
CNBC
Jan 8, 2013 7:00pm EST
was to the left of tim geithner. he is there to execute the obama tax hike don't reform entitlements policy. >> that is a greaeat point. >> he is there to stabilize the debt. >> this is not a centerist appointment. th mr. geithner, i believe he was a centerist. >> why is he a financial market guy? >> he grew up as a banker. what about larry fink, he is a democrat and well respected by everyone. >> i have a list here. >> jamie diamond. ken chenault. >> you need someone who understands the fiscal books at a time like this. >> we disagree. we don't need someone who understands the books, we need someone who understands where we should go and where those books should take us. and i don't think he does. i don't think they understand fiscal policy better than jack lou. he got you guys a surplus back in the 90s. >> all established people in financial markets all distinguished people who command the respect of not only around here in the new york area but the whole g-20. this is going to be a bad mistake. it may be the haegle of the justice department. >> i'm not sure why you are discounting the fa
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
for the last five years, and this is the first month with an impressive number, but the money is spent. you don't want to trade on that. the question is one month is not a trend make. we need to see what happens, but, again, i think why you're seeing this stall, if you will, near the highs is because of the technical analysis impacting the market. liz: got it. you prefaced that before you came on the show. ed to -- todd at the cme. when ben talks about that technical exhaustion on certain levels of the market, i mean, everybody's talking about 1470 for the s&p, and that's important to hold. what are you looking at? what are you talking about? >> good afternoon, liz. you know, we are -- the problem here is there's no volatility, no volume, way too much complacency in the market. liz: what are you looking at now? historically at this point? >> it's a downward trading at 70% of normal volume right now, and so the s&p is trading at about -- the s&p futures trieding at 75% of normal volume. when you see low volumes, it's overall way too come place sent. we know what happens when people are comfortab
FOX News
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm PST
kid. great school. don't forget the rollins pub is fantastic on the golf course. >> kimberly: throw bolling's name. >> eric: all you need. >> dana: not in class. that is it for "the five." >> eric: a big weekend in football. championship weekend. >> dana: go broncos. >> bret: go broncos. ♪ ♪ >> bret: game over. vice president biden wraps up the task force focusing on video games, as a grass roots movement for second amendment rights grows across the country. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. the vice president effort to reduce gun violence focused today on what some believe is the big cause. violent video games. that put all kind of weapons in the virtual hands of impressionable people. fox team coverage tonight. chief political correspondent carl cameron looks at how the talk of gun control is playing in a country that loves guns. but we begin with white house correspondent wendell goler with the connection between the games people play and the things people do. good evening, wendell. >> going. early next week, vice president biden will gi
CNBC
Jan 9, 2013 6:00am EST
. >> you ready? >> i am. i'm ready. ready to -- i don't know. i'm ready. >> you ready? >> i'm ready. i might -- i don't know. we'll see how i feel. no, i'll be here. >> okay. >> don't worry. >>> let's talk about boeing and the dreamliner. more news on the front page of many papers today. lots of continued problems including this one -- japan's all nippon airways canceled a boeing 787 dreamliner flight scheduled to flight from western japan to tokyo today. the airline citing brake problems. and this add to a series of setbacks for the aircraft this week. yesterday a fuel leak forced another 787 operated by japan airlines to cancel takeoff at boston's logan airport. and on monday, there was an electrical fire on another 787 after a japan airlines flight to boston from tokyo got -- caught fire. boeing's asian customers are rallying behind the planemaker, arguing the incidents are glitches that can happen to new planes. the customers say they have no plans to scale back or cancel orders for the aircraft, but maybe we can take a look at the stock. you can see it's kind of hit over the past
CNBC
Jan 8, 2013 6:00am EST
and played -- i don't know. it was bad. >> i really went to bed. >> if i didn't stay up the previous night -- >> i know. >> you didn't stay up for it? >> i did not. and if i didn't stay up to that, i'm not staying up for some football game, i'll tell you that. >> my soap opera boys who are here. >> i was thinking about you watching the -- because we hadn't seen the actual end of season two. and i was thinking about what you're missing. there's no way you should not be watching it. >> eventually i will watch it. >> there are. >> i can watch the one that's on. i need to watch it when i -- it's like the new way people view. when you can, when you get a chance. >> did you see that michelle caruso cabrera has the third season on dvd? >> she gave me my soap. >> she did? >> she did. >> she came over the other day. you weren't there at the time, but she was going to show them off. >> yeah. >> let's start with the markets this morning, as well. the s&p retreating from a five-year high yesterday. the stocks finished the session off their lows. u.s. equities are indicated a little weaker. dow futures
CNBC
Jan 8, 2013 3:00pm EST
sheets. >> china looking better, europe not as bad. >> you're, i don't know about that. >> well, we call this the economy in a coma. basically without these trillions of dollars of stimulus, we would be in a downturn, in a depression because we also have 42 trillion in private debt, the greatest debt bubble in history and that needs to unwind. basically ben bernanke and the economists are just saying we're just not going to let this slowdown happen. we're not going to let the debt de-leverage. if you don't let the debt de-leverage or restructure japan, the same thing japan has done, quantitative easing forever, you never come out of this because the debt keeps weighing on the economy so not only do you have slowing demographics. we've got a 200 to 300-pound weight on our back and you can't run very fast. we get 2% growth with massive life support. we're in the emergency room on life support only because of this trillions of dollars of stimulus. i guarantee -- >> what's the catalyst? >> you take away this stimulus for one year, and this economy dies. >> harry, stay right there. want to ge
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 5:00pm EST
about things that don't matter. this is. he will take questions. any word from the fed chairman about the pace and timing of quantitative easing we'll get it to you. it could move the markets. david: and the number one thing to watch next week will be bank earnings. bac and everything on thursday. we'll hear from jpmorgan, goldman sachs. thursday we hear from citi and bank of america. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here's what's "money" tonight. well you probably heard about shell's grounded alaskan oil rig but did you know why it might have been moved, to avoid taxes. we'll drill down on those details. plus ditching the gas tax by the side of the road. virginia governor bob mcdonnell, wants his state's 17.5 cents gas tax gone for good but he wants to raise another tax instead. he will join us in a fox business exclusive to tell us how it all shakes out. >>> a landmark decision in the sports world. major league baseball will start random in season testing for steroids. will the help its tarnished image and bring in ticket sales? we have former cincinnati reds pitcher, rob dib bill.
CNN
Jan 11, 2013 4:00pm PST
to par. you also don't just want to just make some kind of announcement without thinking it through. i talked to a senior administration official who said to lead 10,000 troops in afghanistan could cost us $30 billion a year. the president also has to make an economic decision, as well. so, look, if panetta is saying i want it done in weeks and the president is simply saying i'm going to take a few more months, i say take your time because you're dealing with the lives of american troops. >> that's a fair point. of course, the time -- the clock is ticking, the united states says it's going to withdraw in 2014. it's knot just the delay on troop numbers that had us asking questions today. today the president gave a reason for the delay. said, look, i haven't given recommendations yet for general john allen. here's what the president said. >> i'm going to be over the coming weeks getting recommendations from general allen and other commanders on the ground. >> all right a month ago when i spoke with secretary panetta, he agreed general allen was the one responsible but said the options we
CNN
Jan 11, 2013 1:00pm PST
people believe would be more effective. don't forget, there's a lot of history here and joe biden was the person managing the 1994 crime bill, which included the ban on assault weapons. he remembers what happened to democrats after they got past and lost control of the house. >> where could there be some consensus on this issue? >> again, in talking to administration officials about this, who have been involved in some of these sessions, one source said to me that it would be on the background issue. there seems to be a consensus developing that you can close that gun show loophole, require background checks. and the other area is on these high-capacity magazines. if you could limit those high-capacity magazines, then perhaps that would be another way of going at the assault weapons ban without allowing folks to say, you know what, you're taking away my guns because you wouldn't be taking away their guns. you would be just limiting those high-capacity rounds. >> you don't only need to develop a consensus with the republicans, but amongst the democrats you need a consensus because
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 11:00pm EST
the budget. >> yes, he can. >> he's just going to spend. i'm sorry, doug, i don't want to disparage -- lori: all right, it's just getting interesting. sorry, we're out of time. thanks so much. and thank you for joining me. i'm lori rothman sitting in for lou dobbs tonight. catch me each day on now, 1 p.m. have a fantastic weekend, everybody. neil: let it be known this is the week the president tried to become a dictator. i know, i know, it sounds crazy, and, man, do i hope i'm wrong, but this is the week i discovered a president who sized up an opposition party that was very weak. this was the week that barack obama came in peace to rip our constitution to pieces. welcome, everybody, i'm neil cavuto, and i know, i know, i know what you're thinking, neil's lost. you might be right on that, but i know i'm not wrong, not one bit. now, again, i know that sounds mad, but a lot of folks are mad, very mad at a president increasingly willing to bypass congress and bypass something else, the constitution, to get what he wants whenever he wants it and get it fast. just read this week's i'll call 'em
FOX Business
Jan 12, 2013 6:00am EST
to bypass congress, she is giving him the power to bypass her too. you don't need a trillion dollar magic coin to realize this is nothing less than a high stakes power grab. now, it's not unusual for presidents of either party to try. it is very unusual for so many in both parts to lay down and let him do it. all right, here to hash it out, constitutional expert ilya shapiro and sabrina schafer as well as "the wall street journal"'s steve moore. steve, a disturbing series of events, to put it mildly. >> no question about it, neil. and, look, we have a three-branch system of government in washington. the president is the chief of the executive branch, that means the president doesn't make the laws, he executes the laws that congress passes. and, you know, i'm in austin, texas, today. here in texas everybody's been talking about this. what is with all these executive orders? what gives the president the authority to do this? and the one that, you know, i'm most interested in, obviously, is whether the president will try to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling without approval of congress. an
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am EST
to me, a lot to you. >> but when you look at the federal debt, maybe not a lot? >> i don't know. i don't know. and you know what? i don't know -- i don't know how big -- >> but at the beginning of the year, you always see a big -- >> and because everything is always contrainan in the stock market and because people rush in at top, i don't necessarily want it to be really big because if it's really big, people are getting ready to -- so i don't know whether it is big. >> you would also think that people would look at this as the prospects for lows on the interest rates. they would say the bond market isn't where i want to be so i'm going to go out on the risk spectrum a little bit. >> i'm still looking in terms of the earlier numbers. >>> let's get to the top corporate story of the morning. it is boeing. phil lebeau is+++j™n dreamliner. the review is likely to include a study of the design and electrical portions of the plane. we will bring you all that news at 9:00. it's 9:30. there it is. phil will join us from d.c. with more in the next half hour. we'll take a look at boeing shares
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am EST
. people can't just respect you, they have to fear you. if they don't fear you, they will not make the necessary changes. >> is there anybody out there who could be that person? >> too early to tell. we just had an election. people are already starting to talk about the horse race for 2016. you do elections -- >> hillary's up. >> we have a serious, serious problem that we need to address. fiscal, education, immigration, infrastructure, health care costs. i can go on and on. even the guns issue. >> the show is over. thank you for being here. >> it's a pleasure. >>> thank you, david. have a great weekend, everybody. right now it's time for "squawk on the street." >>> good friday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl with melissa lee, jim cramer, david faber at the new york stock exchange. let's look at futures on a friday morning. mild action here. we are paying attention to the mutual fund inflows. as for europe, disappointing industrial production numbers in spain and the uk. but the euro is at a nine-month high this morning. we begin with the s&p, a five-year high.
FOX Business
Jan 9, 2013 9:20am EST
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CNN
Jan 12, 2013 11:00am PST
live on surfaces. a lot of people don't realize this. they can stay on these stays for eight hours. say your co-worker is sick, you touch their keyboard, you touch your nose or mouth and now you're infected. the problem escalates if you spend several hours in tight quarters like an airplane. passengers in two rows or behind of the infected person at highest risk. the best way to kill germs is to wash your hands and do it often. use real so and real water. the problem is that most people don't actually wash their hands long enough. my best advice, actually sing the happy birthday song twice while you're washing your hands. it's not quick to get rid of these viruses. another key to prevention is getting the flu shot. getting vaccinated, reduces your risk of getting the flu by around 60%. another benefit, martin, to getting your flu shot is if you do get sick your symptoms won't last as long and be as severe as compared to those who weren't vaccinates. >> parents of children diagnosed with the flu might have another problem on their hands. a shortage of the drug that's prescribed to childr
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 9:20am EST
the rich some more, forget about spending cuts and ignore the the debt. you know i'm right, kirsten, don't you? >> you're probably right. i hope you're wrong. i hope you're wrong. i don't want that end up being what's happening. the truth is-- >> hold on, i really apologize for interrupting like this. you think i'm wrong. >> yeah. stuart: do you really think that nancy pelosi and the president are going to back off on their threat to tax the rich even more? and we don't want any touching of social security, medicare and medicaid. >> you're definitely right about the taxes going up and i'm hopeful you're wrong about the fact he's not going to address debt and spending and i think i'm just going to hold out hope that they are going to, you know, actually do something on that. in terms of whether jacks lew changes anything, you're right the president makes the policy. now, sometimes you can have a treasury secretary that can have an influence like if you have a robert ruben kind of person who had a heavy influence on bill clinton and got him to see how important reducing the deficit was. bu
ABC
Jan 11, 2013 11:00am PST
of the transportation operates, i have -- i don't have the concerns about this plane or the 787 as a whole. >> his fellow passengers don't sound too worried. >> it seems like every airline has problems. and this is a new airplane. i am not bothered by it >> instead there was talk of appreciation for the new service to japan. >> it is a convenience. and i go to san francisco, it is crowded and a lot of people, it is it a hassle. >> another passenger chose the flight because it was the best price. boeing is talking about the advances on board and the faa is talking about the investigation, passengers seem interested in getting a deal and convenience. live in san jose, abc 7 news. >> looking closer now, despite the fanfare, the dreamliner is the subject of a federal review announced a few hours ago after several high profile mishaps . the faa will review the design of the wide body jet and manufacturing down in the boeing dream drome plant in washington and south carolina. it was launched after a battery caught on fire in boston logan airport earlier this week . despite this, federal officials say th
CNN
Jan 8, 2013 8:00pm PST
. insurance giant aig says it's very grateful for the $182 billion in taxpayer money that saved it from i don't even know if bankruptcy's the right word. how about complete and utter obliteration at the height of the financial crisis. aig of course has become a symbol of the financial meltdown of 2008 so it's nice that they are now running ads to thank taxpayers for all that money. >> we repaid every dollar america lent to us. >> everything plus a profit of more than $22 billion. >> for the american people. >> thank you, america. >> thank you, america. but now we may sue you. they left that part out. aig's board tomorrow morning is going to be deciding whether or not to join a $25 billion lawsuit against the government for rescuing the company. let me just explain. here's why. taxpayers profited from the deal. that may surprise you but it is true. frankly it surprised a whole lot of people in the financial world who thought it would never happen. they did. now, that's the $22.7 billion that was just mentioned in that ad. but shareholders including aig's former boss, hank greenberg, say taxpay
CNN
Jan 11, 2013 4:00am PST
, right now, dealers have to make that transfer, but private citizens don't. that doesn't make much sense to us, because essentially you are putting yourself in the same position as a dealer. you are open to the public. but when we talk about universal checks, people may not understand what that means. that means when you give a gun to your child, or to your spouse, or you sell a gun to a friend or a neighbor, there is an important distinction there. you know who you sold the gun to. and i've never heard anyone say there is some big problem with criminals getting guns from people that own them lawfully and sold it to them. the problem, soledad, there are 500,000 guns stolen of yore in th -- every year in this country. >> so why not have -- a universal check. people would report that their gun was stolen. people would have to say i gave it to my spouse, i gave it to my child, i gave it to my friend, so you could track if that person gave it to somebody else. why would that be a bad thing? and how would it interfere with the second amendment? >> it creates problems where there is no problem
NBC
Jan 10, 2013 7:00am PST
, don't go to your emergency room, call your doctor first. you catch this in the first couple of days, you can get an antiviral. carl, i think today you're going to start to see hospitals delay operations, tell people to get out of the hospital. this has not yet reached epidemic proportions, but that's going to be tossed around the next couple of days. >> we're going to get shots on this desk. dr. nancy snyderman, thanks. >>> meantime, emergency rooms in milwaukee, wisconsin, have seen a surge of flulike symptoms. kevin, good morning. >> yes, at the st. francis hospital, not only here in milwaukee, it's throughout the midwest. as we heard from dr. nancy, it's across the country. this particular milwaukee area, they are actually practicing something they are referring to as diversion where so many hospitals are filled with patients suffering from flu symptoms, they are actually sending ambulances hopscotching from here to there so people get the care. we're fortunate this morning to be joined by dr. cathy shallow. i guess the first question i want to ask is is this worse than, say, the
CNBC
Jan 9, 2013 12:00pm EST
>>> on this wednesday, facebook is set to unveil something, we don't know what, next tuesday to members of the media. they have offered only these words as a clue on the invite. come and see what we're building. so on this morning's squawk on the tweet, what could they be building? richard writes, facebook is building its own mobile device. either a tablet or a smartphone. and lewis writes, building a real way to monetize mobile and a new line of hoodies for the fall collection, as well. those might sell. that does it for us. let's get to the headquarters. scott and the "fast money halftime." >>> all right. carl, thanks so much. welcome to the halftime show. four hours to go until the close and standing there on the street, green arrows across the board. the dow with a gain of 79 points. here's what we're following. apple's next bite. reports say a cheaper iphone in the works. is it a risk? debate at bank of america downgraded after leaving the dow in 2012. what is the best move days ahead of the earnings? two traders square off. first, the top story, the rebound. stocks comi
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Jan 9, 2013 4:00pm EST
've had a 16% run in the u.s. equity market and i don't feel like anybody celebrate that had at all. professional investors have gotten more bullish and individual investors still remain sidelined. lots of cash sitting out there. we know there's issues at hand and know the fiscal cliff is coming down the pike but more importantly the global growth story still remains intact. it is going to have a fair amount of bumps but through the bumps we're looking at using those types of opportunities to add risk assets to client portfolios. >> absolutely our share of issues. talk about this in my observation at the end of the show. rick, a lot of optimism about the direction of this market. you just can't fight the fed. where do you think interest rates are going to do, and that's going to dictate where you want to put your money because we're talking about zero returns elsewhere. >> yeah, i'll tell you what. here's the way i look at it. i think that we're going to have a giant hiccup in the form of activity slowing due to some of the things embedded in the grand bargain at the end of the year
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Jan 9, 2013 1:00pm EST
don't seek portfolio protection if you have concerns about the market. 3m, my final trade. i like pete's quality. >> i think can you stick with apple here. i think the stock is acting fine. but my final trade is ebay. i think the stock goes a lot higher. >> dow is up 55. s&p up 3. more earnings after the bell today. big bank earnings next week. catch more "fast money" tonight. follow me on twiter. "power lunch" is all over the markets for the next hour and that show is going to begin with bill. i mean, with tyler. and sue. right now. >> "halftime" is over. the second half of the trading day starts now. >> bill griffith often imitated, never duplicated. i'm tyler mathis. it is an hour of power filled with questions and answers. here are three for you right now. first, will white house chief of staff jack lou be the next second? lot of people saying yes. well get you the answer. second, you can bank, or can you, on solid earns on the solid sector? we will have the answers on the biggest of the banks and how bad is it for boeing? how much damage will the recent run of problems for the so-
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Jan 11, 2013 4:00pm PST
, at least across the country. they tell us they don't have a count of how many adults may have died. but the cdc estimates flu kills an average of 24,000 people a year. health experts say it's too soon to predict whether this year will be above average, but it certainly started way early. jonathan serrie is live in atlanta, home to the cdc. any word on an end to this? it sounds like it's getting better down south. >> well, you know, that's the strange thing. although flu is widespread in most states, there are early reports suggesting that flu activity may actually be decreasing in some parts of the country. including parts of the south. that could simply be because of lower reporting. people usually put off doctor visits during the holidays except in extreme emergencies. cdc officials say they need a couple more weeks before they can say for sure whether flu activity is actually decreasing in these parts of the country. shep. >> shepard: vaccine supply plentiful, right? >> it is plentiful but so -- there is so much demand for the vaccine now that the cdc is receiving reports of spo
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Jan 8, 2013 9:00am EST
. >> absolutely. >> it's the size of the government. it's intrusion in our lives that's the problem here. we don't talk enough about it, the victims of this policy. it's all savers, particularly seniors, it is our children and grandchildren. what we're doing to them is utterly immoral. we've got to come to grips with that. >> senator, what are you going to do for the debt ceiling? is there a plan that gets us -- it's not going to be a grand plan. >> as a matter of fact, yes. the cbo has got a big thick book, and it shows $4.9 trillion of ways we can reduce spending. it's a menu. >> but you don't think we'll be doing that. are you going to vote for -- >> we'll do dollar for dollar, whether $100 billion to increase the debt ceiling, $200 billion. take your pick, mr. president. >> thank you four a great two hours. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> congratulations to the alabama crimson tide, winners of the bcs college football championship for a second straight year. a third time in the last four years. what a run. it good morning, welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee, live
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Jan 8, 2013 1:00pm PST
and they said don't worry about it. morgan stanley said we need some money. we'll lend it to you at market rates. aig said, we're dying on the vine. we want to own 80% of you and when the money coming back we want 14.5% interest but we're going to charge you three times what we are paying them. that constitutes a loss of assets for aig which the fifth amendment prohibits and constitutes desperate treatment that violates equal protection. i think more greenberg has a very good strong argument to make. >> neil: one of arguments that i raised you wouldn't be in the position you are now to sue is to paraphrase what scott was saying if not for this clumsy bailout? >> scott's argument is a good one and made by lawyers that would be called waiver meaning by accepting the offer it's too late for you to complain now. if you think this offer is burdensome and violates your rights you should have thought of it before. that is the argument that they will make against aig. more greenberg's argument is different. he was ousted. he is feeling as an ordinary shareholder. he was biggest non-government share hold
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Jan 12, 2013 1:00pm PST
council to recapture liberty and change the hearts and minds. you are the leader. >> don't settle. lived better. live free. john: no more than 2 million understand >>. >> gregg: going from bad to worse, a severe deadly strain of flu is spreading cast the united states and officially hitting epidemic levels. widespread cases reporting in nearly every states. i'm gregg jarrett. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby. so the death toll grows. cdc releases numbers, 20 children have died and overall there are now 27 dead in minnesota, 22 in pennsylvania, 18 in massachusetts, 8 in oklahoma and six in illinois. nationwide the grim total may be higher since not all of the deaths are initially reported as linked to the flu. anna is following all this develop by the hour. live in the new york city newsroom. >> reporter: officials say the flu outbreak may be slowing, cuomo declared a state health emergency. flu has been reported in all states, 57 counties and all five boroughs. boston has been hit particularly hard. death toll stands at six including a child under the age
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Jan 7, 2013 12:00pm EST
authority to do it even though they don't think they have that power. >> i'm glad we snuck that in this morning. john harwood, thank you. let's get to scott wapner and the fast mope halftime. >> carl, thanks so much. welcome to the halftime show, four hours to go until the close on this monday. here is where we stand on the street right now. basically, at the lows of the day for the major averages. this coming off the best close in stocks for over a year. fed fight, why the battle inside the central bank is more serious than you think and what it means for your money.. debate it, netflix tops $1 hunl for the fist time in four months. is it in your portfolio? but first, our top stories, bull run. stocks sitting near five-year highs. we're trading the markets today with virtual john najarian, josh brown and joe tear knranova. is the bull market just getting started or about to end? >> i've told you since the beginning of the year, that's not where the focus is for me. the focus is on the individual sectors. you're get ago pullback today on the financials. they're going throw
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Jan 8, 2013 1:00pm EST
it is a 787. i don't know if we still have that live shot available but let's put it up while we talk about this. there you go, logan airport. what do they have to do? they have to do something very quickly. you know this company better than anybody around. how do they mobilize? how do they contain this? what should they do next? >> you've got a couple of issues here. if this was a fuel leak for any other plane, it would get a little more attention. the problem is we're in a hyper extension tiff position ramping up production. boeing will try to get out in front of this with a public relations standpoint and say the airlines are continuing to fly this plane, they have overwhelmingly not had problems. there have been major issues reported. they are a bit handcuffed when it comes to the fire investigation. you have to wait and see what the ntsb says initially on the fire investigation. sue, he mentioned it there, investors are walking on egg shells. there's a headline risk. jim cramer on "squawk on the street" said it, i'm worried we'll hear about another problem with the dreamliner. this pla
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Jan 8, 2013 9:00am PST
to medium future, or is that a don't hold your breath thing? >> it seems that sometimes the chinese authorities loosen the reins a bit particularly if on an anti-corruption drive they might allow stories about local corruption. if you do other things that's not allowed and newspapers have been shut down, people, as i mentioned, sent to jail. there are still negotiations going on with that newspaper that started this, over what they can say in the future and the editorial. so you know it seems to me ultimately be a losing battle against technology on the part of the chinese authorities but the culture of censorship and government control is so engrained in beijing that it's a very difficult tightrope for journalists who want to report freely. >> it's a slow-moving beast. howard kurtz there. >>> here's more of what we're working on this hour for "newsroom international." hundreds of australians forced from their home by raging fires. fueled by a vicious heat wave. worst the country has ever seen. >>> a little later, you think slavery's history? think again. more than 27 million people
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Jan 11, 2013 7:00am PST
second amendment rightd to the american people.mehe amea we don't think that --n so why >> why shouldn't the american people ask both sides to sides to compromise? yes, you want increased sec compromise? schools, you want te you want increased security in h schools, you want the d gaming y proliferation of violence in thu gaming industry and media to w, come down, you want to deal with say yes to the mentally ill. if the pres if we say yes to that or the president says yes to that, why doesn't he have a right to say e to you give a little on things th like background checks?in check? >> you know, if you're -- if you' >> you know, if you're looking , at the problem, which is to prevent this sort of thing, wha you want to do is do those things that will actually make o those things that w difference.il actually we have a profound disagreement. we have a profound with this administration, first of all, on what would make a w of al difference.l,hat would we don't think that a ban on m. we don't think that so-called assault weapons, whic hasn't worked in the past, is h hasn't worked in
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Jan 9, 2013 9:00am EST
israel striking iran to prevent this from happening. and nothing has happened. so i don't think anything is going to happen. and iran is going to continue to move forward with its nuclear development project. >> and we'll -- >> we'll have to learn to live with a contained iran rather than preventing the enrichment from happening. >> byron, thank you, for joining us daet. we're going to remember all these. >> byron, we're going to have to have you back before another year goes by. then we're going to have to see -- batting 500 do you think? last year? >> well, last year was a little better than 500. >> okay. >> byron, thank you for being here. join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> good wednesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." the show's going well already. i'm carl, with melissa lee, jim cramer and david faber. we have earnings season officially under way. courtesy of alcoa, some pretty decent sentiment this morning. we'll talk about that with cramer in a moment. europe, numbers over there as well. germany industrial production did miss. green arrows
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